Haiti Earthquake Relief

UPDATE:  Deployment is on HOLD.  We are responding in prayer & intercession and we are still pursuing avenues to send our teams safely to the region. In the meantime, all donations towards Haiti Relief were used to purchase solar lights and water filtration systems due to arrive in VA this week. We will get them to Haiti as soon as possible.  Please watch our social media and this webpage for further updates.
A major earthquake struck western Haiti on Saturday, likely causing high casualties and widespread disaster, the U.S. Geological Survey said, and sending shock waves across the Caribbean, where people fled their homes for fear they might collapse.
The 7.2-magnitude earthquake quake struck 5 miles from the town of Petit Trou de Nippes, about 90 miles west of the capital Port-au-Prince, at a depth of 6 miles, the USGS said. Residents of the affected areas are desperate for food, clean water, emergency supplies, and medical attention.

CRI is deploying its first team of relief workers this Monday, August 23rd. CRI Responders will gather at a hub airport and travel as a team together.
We have secured team shelter, transportation, and interpreters as we come alongside other relief teams on the ground.

Our relief focus will be to bring in water filtration units, solar lights, emergency food, medical supplies, and tents.

Please donate now so we can secure these resources. CRI Trained Responders to sign-up for deployment.

Don’t feel led to go to Haiti?  We invite you to join us in day and night prayer at HOPE in Blue Ridge, VA.  CRI Chaplains and Intercessors deploy to the CRI Mission Base for a few days or stay several weeks and let’s keep our team and the nation of Haiti covered in prayer.